There's a community feedback option, and the second some bible thumping soccer mom or mod sees it, it'll be deleted and you might even be reprimanded in some fashion. Probably less or no space to upload levels or objects.
Well, I know mine is in the works already, but the only one confirmed for sure is sort of a lame pick. Devo is my choice. Uncontrollable Urge is going to be on disc, and the one song they have in the DLC pipeline is Through Being Cool. But if I had my way...
"No, it isn't. And I'm guessing you did not read that list, since Rodriguez has one film there: Sin City. I don't care if he co-directed it, and hopefully you did not add that to Tarantino's."
I didn't add it. Resevoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2. Four films on that list. And you're right, I missed Sin CIty, but you shouldn't deny Frank Miller the credit he is due."
What about Desperado and Once Upon A Time In Mexico? Those are Rodriguez directed only. It should be at least 4-2, not 4-0.
More on topic, I'd say as far as stupid popcorn-munching fun goes, PT has the win here. However, for the intended throwback that Grindhouse was supposed to be, DP has the win. I think they work together best and are a bit weak once pulled apart.
"Covers are tremendous with the exception of Number of the Beast and Ten Speed. And Ten Speed isn't even bad, per se, it just isn't convincing enough; the overall production of it seems pretty hollow compared to the album track.
Sweet Leaf, Song WIth a Mission, Beetlebum, and others are impeccable. Oh, and I love they guy they got to do the Bowie covers; went into practice mode with the instruments turned down on Queen Bitch just to listen to that isolated vocal track. "
Have you ever heard Blur? The cover is abysmal. One of the worst, after Ten Speed and Number of the Beast. "
Dude, I'm sorry but I have to disagree on Beetlebum. No one is going to sound like Damon Albarn EVER, but from a strict technical instrumental point of view, the cover is damn near indistinguishable from the original. I've heard the original a billion times and know it inside and out, and it's very difficult for me to find fault in the cover.